The extinction of the press?

Harvard Law School Library Book Talk: Martha Minow, When Should Law Forgive?

Dwindling access to reported news threatens to undermine democracy, warns former Law School dean and 300th Anniversary University Professor Martha Minow.

How COVID turned a spotlight on weak worker rights


Sharon Block and Benjamin Sachs discuss how the pandemic has turned a spotlight on the lack of clear workplace protections in general, and in particular for women and people of color, who were disproportionately represented among those deemed essential.